|1st Osborne Reynolds Day|
|The UK Pilot Center of ERCOFTAC is organising an annual event, Reynolds Day, to honour one of our most outstanding luminaries.|
|Date:||April 30, 2003|
|Location:||UMIST - Renold Building, C-2, Manchester, United Kingdom|
|Organizer:||UK Pilot Centre of ERCOFTAC|
|Application Areas:||Turbomachinery, Automotive, Process Industry, Aerospace, Environmental, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, General CFD|
|Special Fields:||Turbulence Modeling, Turbulence - LES Methods, Aeroacoustics & Noise, Aerodynamics, Optimization|
|Type of Event:||Conference, International|
To honour one of the most oustanding contributors to our field, Osborne Reynolds, Manchester academic and educator, the UK Pilot Center of ERCOFTAC organises this 1 day event at UMIST.
An important aspect of the event is the presentation of recently graduate (or about to graduate) Phd students. Entries for this prize are accepted until 30 January 2002 from all current research students registered at UK universities, and EU students if they have spent at least 1 year in the UK as a part of their studies. Doctoral graduates who submitted their theses no earlier than 1 January 2002 are also eligible.
Please send your abstracts to Prof. Brian Launder (email@example.com) or Prof M. Leschziner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"O. Reynolds, Engineer and Academic", Prof D. Jackson, Univ. Manchester
"CFD of Combustion and of Gas/Liquid and Gas/Solid Multiphase Reactors", Prof D. Roekaerts, Shell Global Solution & Delft Univ.
"LES of Aeroacoustics and Heat Transfer", Prof D. Laurence, UMIST & EDF
"Turbulence Modelling in Aeronautical Flows", Prof. M. Leschziner, Imperial College
"Aerodynamic Design in Aero-Engines", Dr N. Birch, Rolls-Royce
"Dynamics and Statistics of Turbulent Eddies", Prof. J. Hunt, Univ College London
4 Phd students presentations: The best will be awarded the Reynolds Prize
|Event record first posted on October 1, 2002, last modified on October 2, 2002|